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International Turkic
Kumancha
[kumantʃa]
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 18 September 2021
Language type A posteriori
Species Human/humanoid
About International Turkic


Salam!

Kumanchaning saypaga xosh(karshi) alimiz!

Welcome to the International Turkic language page!


This language is designed to be an easier version of a generic Turkic language that could still be understood by Turkic speakers, therefore it is not meant to be a "Common Turkic" that is aimed to help Turkic language speaking people communicate with one another, it is just a Turkic language for foreigners who have little to no experience in Turkic languages. Also I have no idea why I named it "kumancha", I just think that kuman sounds cool

Pros of this language:
Easier pronunciation, no vowel harmony(except for the Uyghur Standard System)
Understand many Turkic languages
Easier grammar(totally not a lie, pichaklandirishmamalevatisilar? means could you not be making yourself get stabbed by yourseves?)
-No evidentiality
-No future tense
More loanwords, so easier words

Cons of this language:
-Unless the person you are speaking to someone who understands O'zbekcha or ئۇيغۇرچە, there might be quite some trouble in communication
-5 different scripts, 3 different pronunciation standards and special characters according to pronunciation standard
-Well, you saw the meme on this page

Keep in mind that the translations in this language are written in the Basic Latin Script but the recordings are using the Uyghur Standard System, if you are confused, this article may help you
Sample of International Turkic[view] Jennetta atamiz, / Isimingga izzet berilendu. / Saltanating kelidu. / Jennetka shundak yerda isteking kilghandu. / Bugun bizga her kuni nanimiz bering. / Ve bizningki karzdarlarimiz kechurduk shundak bizga karzlarimiz uchun kechuring. / Ve bizni tempteyshon-ga bashlaymang, lekin bizni yamanliktin yubaring. / Chunki saltanat, kuch ve shan-sha...[view all texts]
Latest vocabulary
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Sound samples in International Turkic
Some sound samples of International Turkic. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
Jennetta atamiz, Isimingga izzet berilendu. Saltanating kelidu. Jennetka shundak yerda isteking k...
Our Father in heaven, May your name be honored. May your kingdom come. May your will be done on e...
Hamma adamlar erkin, izzet-hormet ve hokukta hambirgalik bolup tughulghan. Ular mengega ve vijdan-ga...
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and con...
Kiltilatolyeda emes eger, kiltil ore kiltil emes.
No conlang is a real conlang if it's not on CWS™.
Yak, bu Patrik.
No, this is Patrick.
Men kumancha soylemen.
I speak English
Language family relationships
Language treeTurkic
 ⤷ Proto-Turkic
  ⤷ Karluk
   ⤷  International Turkic
 
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
DentalAlveolarPost-
Alveolar
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarUvularGlottal
Nasal m     n       ŋ    
Plosive p b   [t̪]1 [d̪]2 t d       k g [q]3 ʔ
Fricative   f v   s z ʃ [ʒ]4     x ɣ [ʁ]5 h6
Affricate       t͡s t͡ʃ d͡ʒ          
Lateral approximant       l            
Approximant   [ʋ]7   [ɹ]8   j [w]9      
Trill       r            
  1. Alternative for /t/, allophone of /t/
  2. Alternative for /d/, allophone of /d/
  3. Only used just to flex that you have more knowledge about Turkic languages than others, for tryhards, allophone of /k/
  4. Alternative for /j/ at the beginning of a syllable, allophone of /j/
  5. Alternative for /ɣ/, allophone of /ɣ/
  6. For people who can't pronounce x and ɣ
  7. Alternative for /v/, allophone of /v/
  8. Alternative for /r/, allophone of /r/
  9. Alternative for /v/, allophone of /v/
VowelsFrontNear-
front
CentralNear-
back
Back
Close     [ɨ]1   u
Near-close   ɪ   [ʊ]2  
Close-mid e       o
Open-mid [ɛ]3       [ɔ]4
Near-open [æ]5        
Open a       [ɑ]6 [ɒ]7
  1. Alternative for unstressed i, allophone of /ɪ/
  2. Alternative for /u/, allophone of /u/
  3. Alternative for /e/, allophone of /e/
  4. Alternative for /o/, allophone of /o/
  5. Alternative for /a/ and /e/, allophone of /a/
  6. Alternative for /a/, allophone of /a/
  7. Alternative for /a/, allophone of /a/
Orthography
Below is the orthography for International Turkic. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 International TurkicOrthography [edit]
Aa
ei
/a/
Bb
bi
/b/
CH ch
chi
/t͡ʃ/
Dd
di
/d/
Ee
i
/e/
Ff
ef
/f/
Gg
ji
/g/
GH gh
egh
/ɣ/
Hh
eich
/h/
Ii
ai
/ɪ/
Jj
jei
/d͡ʒ/
Kk
kei
/k/
Ll
el
/l/
Mm
em
/m/
Nn
en
/n/
NG ng
eng
/ŋ/
Oo
ou
/o/
Pp
pi
/p/
Qq
kiu
/ʔ/
Rr
ar
/r/
Ss
es
/s/
SH sh
esh
/ʃ/
Tt
ti
/t/
TS ts
ets
/t͡s/
Uu
yu
/u/
Vv
vi
/v/
Xx
ex
/x/
Yy
vai
/j/
Zz
zi
/z/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
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    Typological information for International Turkic

    Copula droppingPresent tense only
    Evidentiality distinctionsNot used
    Future tenseNone
    Vowel harmonyNone

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